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Debbie Carey says
What a fantastic idea! I wonder how I could adapt that technique for one child?
I like this. I use this kind of method for getting my kids to get dressed for bed, or other things that I need them to do quickly. They get the duration of one song, usually. Whoever finishes first gets more dancing time!
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That's rather encouraging!! I'm not a neat freak (unless it's my own desk) but her room looks like a hurricane just came through! lol
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Lady Wordsmith says
I agree, actually. I think if she wants to live with a mess fine, my only problem is her floor is covered and there is no room to walk which presents a fire hazard. I cleaned with her, but her room is so horrible I had to shut the door! lol
My daughter watches me clean everyday, and unfortunately it doesn't seem to effect her in anyway lol But it maybe because she doesn't see my hubby clean and she's following in his footsteps.
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